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Charleroi is a borough in Washington County, Pennsylvania, along the Monongahela River, 21 miles south of Pittsburgh. Charleroi was settled in 1890 and incorporated in 1891.
Charleroi Metro ) is a 33-kilometre (21 mi) light rail network in Belgium, consisting of a loop line around central Charleroi and three branches towards the suburbs of Gilly, Anderlues and Gosselies. Another branch to Châtelet (historically, the third one) was partially built but never entered service.
The Charleroi-Monessen Bridge, officially the John K. Tener Memorial Bridge, is a two lane structure spanning the Monongahela River. The bridge connects North Charleroi in Washington County, Pennsylvania and Monessen in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.
Charleroi-South is the main railway station serving Charleroi, Belgium. Charleroi-South is also the main TEC bus station in Charleroi, and a station of the Charleroi metro.
Charleroi-West is a secondary railway station serving Charleroi, Belgium. It is one of two railway stations located in downtown Charleroi, the other one being the much larger Charleroi-South railway station.
Line M1 is a line of the Charleroi Metro in Belgium operated by TEC Charleroi, running from the Monument tram stop in Anderlues to the metro loop around central Charleroi, before heading back to Anderlues. Line M1 was created on 27 February 2012 to replace former lines 88 and 89 after completion of the loop around central Charleroi.
Line M2 is a line of the Charleroi Metro in Belgium operated by TEC Charleroi, running from the Monument tram stop in Anderlues to the metro loop around central Charleroi, before heading back to Anderlues. Line M2 was created on 27 February 2012 to replace former lines 88 and 89 after completion of the loop around central Charleroi.
Line M3 is a line of the Charleroi Metro in Belgium operated by TEC Charleroi, running from Gosselies to the loop around downtown Charleroi, before heading back to Gosselies. Line M3 was inaugurated on 22 June 2013 and replaced a number of bus lines running between the two suburbs.
Charleroi is a parliamentary constituency in Belgium used to elect members of the Walloon Parliament since 1995. It corresponds to the Arrondissement of Charleroi.
Charleroi was a constituency used to elect a single member of the Belgian Chamber of Representatives between 1831 and 2003.
Tongeren ], French: Tongres [tɔ̃gʁ], German: Tongern [ˈtɔŋɐn], Limburgish: Tóngere) is a city and municipality located in the Belgian province of Limburg, in the southeastern corner of the Flemish region of Belgium. Tongeren is the oldest town in Belgium, as the only Roman administrative capital within the country's borders.
The Arrondissement of Tongeren is one of the three administrative arrondissements in the Province of Limburg, Belgium. It is both an administrative and a judicial arrondissement.
The Tongeren Formation is a geologic formation in the subsurface of the Netherlands. The formation consists of shallow marine, epicontinental and continental sediments, predominantly clay and sand from the late Eocene and early Oligocene epochs (between 37 and 30 million years old).